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Do We Expect to See Young Pulsars outside Their Parent Shells?

  • B. M. Gaensler (a1) and Simon Johnston (a1)

Abstract

A recent study has indicated that a substantial fraction of young pulsars born in supernovae have travelled outside the boundaries of their corresponding shell supernova remnants. A simple model suggests that this should not be the case, implying either that some postulated pulsar/remnant associations are false, or that pulsars are particularly difficult to detect until they have emerged from their remnants.

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